Neighbourhood & Home Watch is a voluntary network of schemes where neighbours come together, along with the police and local partners, to build safe and friendly communities.
When you become part of Neighbourhood Watch, you don’t sign up to a specific programme. Every scheme is different because each is run by and for the members of its community, to meet that community’s specific needs.
Interested in finding your local group and become a member? Here’s how to get started.
To find your nearest Neighbourhood Watch groups quickly and easily, use the postcode search available on the NHW website (link below) then click on the links to find out how to contact the local scheme coordinators. They will help you join and keep you informed of news and activities.
Alternatively, find your local neighbourhood policing team here and ask them about local groups. The police don’t run Neighbourhood Watch, but they will have information about groups in your area.
If there is no scheme in your area, you might like to think about starting your own. For more information go to the section on starting a scheme.
The New Horizons bus will be in Wisbech on the 16th February for a recruitment session so if you are interested please come along to see what its all about.
Kirk gate Street in Wisbech 10:30-12:00
Bowthorpe Road in Wisbech 12:45 –13:45
We will be holding recruitment sessions in other areas too so keep an eye on our blog more information. (details for link on the back of this newsletter)